Eric Harryman Biography
Eric Harryman is an American reporter, journalist, and news anchor, presently working as a news anchor at FOX40 in Sacramento. He had the opportunity to work for International Sports Broadcasting at the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2002.
Eric Harryman Age
Eric Harryman was born in Santa Rosa, Northern California but he has not shared his exact date of birth with the public.
Eric Harryman Height
Harryman stands at a moderate height. Although, he has not shared any information about his height and other body measurements.
Eric Harryman Family
Harryman has managed to keep information regarding his parents and siblings away from the media.
Eric Harryman Wife
Harryman is happily married to his loving wife Lisa. He has not shared much about his wife. He likes going to the gym, long runs, and healthy eating in his free time, Harryman is a fanatic about so.
Eric Harryman Children
Harryman and her loving wife Lisa have three kids, a little girl, and identical twin boys. T
Eric Harryman Education
Harryman has not shared any information about his educational background.
Eric Harryman Salary
Harryman receives an annual salary of $27,812/yr, according to the FOX40 News anchor salary.
Eric Harryman Net Worth
Harryman has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Eric Harryman Career
Harryman is a pretty easygoing guy, but when big news happens, that sort of goes. Out the window and that’s what he loved most about what he does. The job was to figure out what was important and most impactful to most people.
And report it in a responsible way; it’s a challenge every day and he is so grateful for the opportunity. Working on TV all over the country (California, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Virginia, Florida). Has left him with a unique view of the world and how is experienced, but no matter.
Where you live one thing stays the same: Everyone has a story, let them tell it. Harryman had the opportunity to work for International Sports Broadcasting at the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2002.